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Random episodes of The Jack Benny Program
Topics: Jack Benny, Classic TV, Television
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An early episode of "The Jack Benny Program", telecast 30 November 1952 on CBS. This episode is complete with the original commercials for Lucky Strike cigarettes. (this had been uploaded before by someone else. But I decided to upload a  different copy myself. I hope that's OK)
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Episode of "The Jack Benny program" with his guest Liberace. With commercials - LSMFT.
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Topics: Classic TV, CBC, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, Lucky Strike, Jack Benny, 1954,...
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The Jack Benny Program: "Jack is a contestant", from Apr. 3, 1955. Guest Star: Groucho Marx.
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Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Fifties, 1955, Live TV, Kinescope, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx,...
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Jack Benny ep Western Town
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Jack is sweeping the set; he explains that anything he saves he can keep. He has Mary running the spotlight and Bob Crosby building sets. During his monologue on his movie career, a girl cartwheels across the stage; Jack says  he promised the girl's father he'd get her TV work. She turns up again during the later sketch. Bob Crosby sings "I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine." The long anticipated parody on  Gaslight  (called  Autolight ) premieres. Jack is the hateful husband who...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Barbara Stanwyck, Bob Crosby
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(From TV.com) Jack tells the audience about the trip he took with Rochester to Hawaii when a travelogue announcer takes over the story. On the return cruise home, Jack encounters "Dr. Masters" (of sex study fame) and Mr. Kitzel. Falling asleep in a deck chair, Jack dreams the heavyset woman beside him is Marilyn Monroe and that she finds him irresistible. He proposes but she's concerned about their age difference. She coos the song "Bye Bye, Baby" to Jack and agrees to meet...
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Topics: Jack Benny, Eddie Anderson, Don Wilson, Frank Nelson, Artie Auerbach, Marilyn Monroe, Tani Marsh,...
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The Sportsmen Quartet introduce the premiere show with "There's No Business Like Show Business". The monologue and the sketch are about how Jack decided on doing television and putting the first show together. After an interruption from TV technician Mel  Blanc to wave to his Aunt Sophie, the show flashes back to how Jack got Dinah Shore to be his guest. At his house, Rochester sings "My Blue Heaven", and Mr. Kitzel comes by to wish Jack good luck. Jack calls Dinah Shore on...
Topics: Jack Benny,Jack Benny Program,Dinah Shore, Jack Benny Program
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Jack Benny's first TV broadcast, from 28 October 1950. Jack's TV programs were only once every eight weeks in his first year, and he traveled from California to New York to do them.  Ken Murray's program was preempted for this broadcast, and he makes an appearance to wish Jack good luck on TV. Also appearing with Jack in his TV debut are radio regulars Don Wilson, the Sportsmen Quartet, Mel Blanc, Artie "Mr Kitzel" Auerbach, and Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, who gets an...
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Topics: Jack Benny, Rochester, Mel Blanc, Luck Strike, Classic TV
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The monologue is about TV make-up. Jack's guest is Metropolitan Opera star Roberta Peters, who sings "Shadow Song" from "Dinorah". Don threatens to quit after Jack's cuts the Lipton Tea commercial from the show. He reconsiders when Jack confiscates his  teabag. Rochester makes a fried egg sandwich for Jack without leaving the living room using an extendable hand. Jack listens to a record Peters gave him and dreams he's singing  La Traviata  with her. Note: This was...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Roberta Peters, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson
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The Smothers Brothers introduce the show trying to sing "Love in Bloom." Later, they perform "Boil That Cabbage Down," "I Don't Care," and "I Never Will Marry." The sketch is set after a 1944 air raid in London when Jack  was entertaining troops at the Palladium. He's trapped under an unexploded bomb, and discovered by the Brothers, a demolition team. Rather than defusing the bomb, they make him listen to their audition. Note: This was uploaded...
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Jack introduces his guest, British comedian/singer Max Bygraves. The pair chat and Bygraves performs a monologue. In the sketch, Jack recalls his first contact with the comic eight years earlier. Jack was watching a British TV show Bygraves was performing  and was stunned by what he saw: Max had stolen his entire act. The comic lied about his age and claimed to be a cheapskate. He had a fat announcer named Don Wilton, a singer named Dennis Knight, and a valet named Manchester. Note: This was...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Max Bygraves
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Jack hears Jimmy and Gloria Stewart say some nice things about him on a TV talk show and decides to thank them in person. Visiting the couple on the set of the movie they're making, Jack can't help but offer  advice on how the couple should play the scene and how the director should film it. Soon, the production is in shambles. Note: This was uploaded previously by someone else. I re-uploaded it in the interest of correcting airdates, season and episode notation and correct titles as found in...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Jimmy Stewart, Gloria Stewart
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Jack explains how he manages to look so good on TV after all these years: long shots. In close-ups, he's nothing but wrinkles. Dennis brings out his own palm tree as scenery and performs "Cocktails for Two." Don's State Farm  Insurance commercial features a yodeling Swiss chalet owner who Jack tries to muzzle.  It's Dennis' 24th anniversary of working with Jack. Benny tells his version of how he discovered Day and hired him for his radio show. Jack hears Dennis' demo record and sets...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Dennis Day, Don Wilson
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Jack introduces Dennis Day, who proceeds to irritate him before singing "Yellow Rose of Texas." Jack flashes back to yesterday; he's relaxed about starting another television season until everybody begins badgering him with suggestions. Don Wilson's wife demands Jack stop  making fat jokes at her husband's expense. More headaches await when Jack drops by Dennis Day's home do discuss his song for the show. The young man's mother believes Benny isn't giving her golden boy the treatment...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Dennis Day
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Rochester lounges around in a smoking jacket on his day day off so Jack attempts to cook an omelet for lunch. Don arrives and Rochester sings the Lucky commercial (to the tune of "The Sunny Side of the Street") as  the two do a soft-shoe. Johnnie Ray's contract to appear on Benny's TV show arrives and Jack is horrified by his $10,000 fee. He storms over to Ray's home and offers him $250 instead. Johnny sings "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," and "Cry"...
Topics: Jack Benny, Jack Benny Program, Johnnie Ray
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Jack hires Rod Serling to work with his two writers to improve the quality of the show. Rod decides he can't write comedy since it doesn't make any sense to him. Jack argues that  Twilight Zone  does? This leads to  the sketch where Jack wanders through the fog until he sees the signpost up ahead informing him he's in Twilight Zone, Population: Unlimited. Jack spots his house and goes in, but Rochester doesn't recognize him. Neither does the home's owner and town's mayor, Mr. Twilight Zone,...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Rod Serling, Eddie Anderson, Dennis Day
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This is the TV debut of Jack's traditional Christmas shopping radio show. Jack and Rochester go looking for gifts at a department store. Jack harasses clerk Mel Blanc, repeatedly have him re-wrap the wallet he bought for Don because he  wants to change the card inside. After changing it one too many times, Blanc, now a wreck, loads a pistol and shoots himself. Jack has several arguments with surly floorwalker Frank Nelson, especially after smashing a new "unbreakable" watch with a...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Dennis Day, Eddie Anderson, Mel Blanc, Frank Nelson,...
Jack tells the audience about the trip he took with Rochester to Hawaii when a travelogue announcer takes over the story. On the return cruise home, Jack encounters "Dr. Masters" (of sex study fame) and Mr. Kitzel. Falling asleep in  a deck chair, Jack dreams the heavyset woman beside him is Marilyn Monroe and that she finds him irresistible. He proposes but she's concerned about their age difference. She coos the song "Bye Bye, Baby" to Jack and agrees to meet him for...
Topics: Jack Benny, Jack Benny Program, Marilyn Monroe
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The guest stars are singer Dorothy Shay, the "Park Avenue Hillbilly" and musician Frank Remley. Bob Crosby walks on stage in the middle of one of Jack's monologue jokes and proceeds to sing "I'm Sending You a Big Bouquet of Roses". Then, Don Wilson interrupts to apologize for being late. Mel Blanc, the taxi driver who brought Wilson to the studio, brings in the briefcase he left behind. Jack is shocked when Don tips him a five! Dorothy Shay sings "Beverly Hills"....
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Topics: Jack Benny, Dorothy Shay, Frank Remley, Bob Crosby, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc
Jack has written his fascinating life story, all typed by Rochester, and goes about the task of auditioning actors to play the parts. He casts a gorgeous young woman to play his first love, with his  real  first girlfriend playing  the role of his mother. The tough part is finding just the right youth to play him as a child. He passes on one young man, instead hiring the pushy, demanding boy who's acting as the kid's agent. Note: This was uploaded previously by someone else. I re-uploaded it...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson, Mel Blanc, Maudie Prickett, Barry Gordon
Jack's monologue is interrupted by Bob Crosby, who's upset that his song was cut from the show, and by Don, who's angry that he's not a part of this week's commercial. In the sketch, officers haul "Baby Face" Bogart into the police station. He tells Detective Benny he knows nothing about the murder of Blinky Mason. Benny tries to get rough but Bogart keeps slapping him back. During the interrogation, "Baby Face" launches into the Lucky Strike commercial and sings their...
Topics: Jack Benny, Bob Crosby, Don Wilson, Humphrey Bogart, Sara Berner, Benny Rubin
Jack explains that TV shows need exciting openings; that's why this one began with a guest getting his head chopped off. Gisele MacKenzie chats with Jack and sings a song. Benny's attempt to tell a joke is interrupted by an  audience member (Mel Blanc) upset about Jack's smog jokes; the complainer proceeds to choke and cough from the L.A. air. Don and Harlow perform a weird song and dance about Siam. For the finale, Jack invites the band members (and their parole officer) on stage to back him...
Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Gisele MacKenzie, Mel Blanc, Don Wilson
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The Jack Benny Program 5x03 How Jack Met Mary
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The Jack Benny Program ep 11x08 Jack Goes To A Concert
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The Jack Benny program TALENT SHOW - 30 December 1956 - Season 7, Episode 8 - Jayne Mansfield, Mel Blanc
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Topics: Jack Benny, Classic TV, 1956, CBS
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The Jack Benny Program ep The Lunch Counter Murder
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The Jack Benny Program ep Hong Kong Suit
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The Jack Benny Program Johnnie Ray And Danny Thomas Guests
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(From TV.com) Rochester is typing up the script for next week's show: Jack Benny's life story. The Sportsmen Quartet sing "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby." Jack begins auditioning actors for the various parts in his saga. He hires a gorgeous young woman to play his first love, and his real first girlfriend to be his mother. He passes on the first young man who's auditioning to play himself as a child, instead casting the pushy little boy who is acting as the kid's agent.
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Topics: Jack Benny, Eddie Anderson, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc, Jimmy Baird, Harry Shearer, Jean Willes, Leigh...
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Jack Benny ep Jack at the Supermarket
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The Jack Benny Show from November 04 1951
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The Jack Benny Show from April 19 1953
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The Jack Benny Show from January 17 1954
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When Jack Benny has George Burns' son Ronnie on, Don Wilson becomes mad that Jack hasn't had his son, Harlo on. Season 8, Episode 15 (1958)
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Topics: Jack Benny, Ronnie Burns
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The Jack Benny Show from October 25 1953
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(From TV.com) During Jack's monologue about his Christmas gifts, Don interrupts with a purse found by an usher. Jayne Mansfield comes out of the audience to claim it, saying the usher grabbed it from her when she was walking past. Jayne says it's a sneaky way to get a guest star. The Sportsmen Quartet sing and Rochester dances to "New Years in Trinidad" leading into the musical Lucky Strike ad. Jack conducts a talent contest. First is Mel Blanc as Stanley Gropff (Jack sprays on him...
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Topics: Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson, Mel Blanc, Jayne Mansfield, Iris Arian, Leon Lanza, June...
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(From TV.com) Rochester lounges around in a smoking jacket on his day off, so Jack attempts to cook an omelet for lunch. Don arrives and Rochester sings the Lucky commercial (to the tune of "The Sunny Side of the Street") as the two do a soft-shoe. Johnnie Ray's contract to appear on Benny's TV show arrives and Jack is horrified by his $10,000 fee. He storms over to Ray's home and offers him $250 instead. Johnny sings "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," and...
Topics: Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson, Johnnie Ray, Danny Thomas
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(From TV.com) In Jack's monologue, he reads critics' reviews of his first show of the season; he skips those who hated him. Don balks at Jack's idea for the commercial but does it anyway: singing while skipping rope. Jack hurries home for the weekly jam session at his house. His pals filter in: Tony Martin (clarinet), Fred MacMurray (saxophone), Dick Powell (trumpet), Dan Dailey (drums), and Kirk Douglas (banjo). They avail themselves of the coin-operated vending machines hidden throughout...
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Topics: Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson, Dick Powell, Tony Martin, Fred MacMurray, Kirk Douglas, Dan...
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(From TV.com) Rochester writes in his diary about the day's events: Mary rushes over to discuss something important and Jack thinks she's going to accept one of his numerous marriage proposals. Instead, she lectures him on being so cheap. Jack dozes on the couch and dreams about their wedding ceremony, with justice of the peace Don Wilson turning it into a Lucky commercial. Then it's on to their 21st anniversary; he's a failed radio actor/house husband and she's the breadwinner, still working...
Topics: Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Eddie Anderson, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc, Joan Benny, Ann Wilner, Leon...
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Jack Benny Program- 11x11 Jack Casting For Television Special
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Jack Benny ep Jack Gets Robbed
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Jack Benny ep Jack is Followed Home
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Jack Benny ep Jack Dives Into Empty Pool
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Jack Benny ep Jack Rents His House
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Jack Benny ep Jack Goes to a Gym
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Jack Benny ep Jack Goes to the Cafeteria
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Jack Benny ep Peggy King and Art Linkletter Guests
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Jack Benny with Irene Dunne & Vincent Price as Guests
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Jack Benny ep Issac Stern as Guest
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Jack Benny ep Don Wilsons 27'th Anniversary
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Jack Benny Jacks Maxwell Is Stolen
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Jack Benny News Years Day 1956
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Jack Benny ep Road To Nariobi
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The Lucy Show ep Lucy The Babysitter
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Topics: The Lucy Show, Classic TV
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Jack Benny ep Jack's Boat Trip From Hawaii
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General Electric Theater ep The Face Is Familiar
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aired 02-21-50 Ep21
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Cigarette Commercials Lucky Strike
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An episode of "The Dennis Day Show", a 1950s sitcom starring the popular singer. He sings (or rather lip-syncs) a song in this episode. This was a fortnightly show, with this episode containing the original commercials for RCA Victor.
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Ozzie feels that by becoming unpredictable he will make himself more attractive to the opposite sex. Originally aired on 26 June 1953 (Season 1, Episode 39). Don't bother downloading the h.264 file; the Cinepack file from which it is derived is smaller.
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Topics: Ozzie & Harriet, classic tv, Don DeFore, Herb Vigran, Janet Waldo
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My Little Margie 3x14 Whats Cooking
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Love That Bob Ep 5x08 Bob In Orbit
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Reupload. Appearing with Bob Crosby on this daytime show from Nov. 30, 1953 are: The Modernaires with Paula Kelly, Joanie O'Brien, Steve Dunne and The Bob-Cats.
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Topics: Classic TV, CBS, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, 1953
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The Easter Seal Teleparade of Stars From 1955
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An episode of that popular 1950's TV series "The Arthur Murray Party". This show aired on ABC for the first few months of its broadcast as Arthur Murray Party Time, then moved to the DuMont Television Network, ABC, CBS, DuMont, CBS, NBC, CBS, and finally NBC (in that order). This episode features special guest Johnnie Ray, a hugely popular singer who was still in the closet at the time. This episode had been uploaded before, but that upload vanished for reasons unrelated to copyright....
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Topics: Classic TV, TV, Television, 50s, 1950s, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, 50s TV, 1950s TV, 50's TV, 1950's...
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A 1954 U.S. commercial for Lucky Strike cigarettes, telling us about the wrapper used to seal them in. I took this commercial from a 1954 program, but it may have also aired in 1953.
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Topics: Classic TV Commercial, 1954, Lucky Strike, Tobacco, Advertising
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An episode of the syndicated western series aired at children. Originally telecast 18 April 1955. Starring Dickie Jones.
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Topics: Classic TV, Buffalo Bill Jr, Dickie Jones, Dick Jones, Western, TV, Television
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Love That Bob Season 4 Ep 28 Bob Retrenches
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Episode "Murder, PH.D." of the classic 50's TV series "Rocky King, Detective", which ran on the DuMont Television Network from 1950 to 1955. The series was broadcast live, and it's believed most episodes of the show are lost. The show got decent ratings and generally good reviews, and is among the better DuMont Network programs.
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Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, DuMont Television Network, Live Television, Early TV